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Wind               storm    | hurricane   | Height
m/s   1 5  10 15 | 20 25 30 | 35  40  45  | Base  C1    C2    C3    C4    Summ1 Summit2
Km/h  4 18 36 54 | 72 90 108| 126 144 162 | 6139  6748  7091  7499  8249  8854  9192  m
Kt    2 10 19 29 | 39 49 58 | 68  78  87  | 19009 21007 22132 23471 25932 27917 29025 ft

Daily weather forecasts provided by Explorersweb.com

Sent out daily to us by email, these forecasts are reproduced here.

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May 31 M
May 31 M
May 28 F
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May 24 M
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Notes
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March 18 T
March 17 W
May 2
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Everest forecast - From SMHI and AdventureWeather.com
By ExplorersWeb
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Synopsis Everest 0503-0507 summit level

Jet:
A westerly jet will be situated over northern India and Nepal with the
core over ME. From Tuesday slowly weakening.

Summit:
9000 m: West-southwest  35-40 m/s. From Tuesday or Wednesday slowly
decreasing to 20-25 m/s and turning to northwest.

7500 m: Southwest-west 25-30 m/s, from Tuesday slowly decreasing, from
Thursday northwest about 10 m/s.

Weather:
A low north of ME moves eastwards. This will cause strong westerly winds
over ME! A couple of troughs will pass in the beginning of the period
with occasional showers. At end of period northwesterly winds followed
by passing ridge with mainly dry weather.

Synopsis Annapurna 0503-0507

In general the same synopsis applies for the Annapurna region.
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Table for Mount Everest

May 1
06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6137   6744   7085   7490   8232   8828   9161
Wind(m/s)  250/07 260/10 270/13 270/16 270/23 270/32 270/35
Temp(C)        -8    -11    -13    -16    -20    -25    -27
Humid(%)        9      8      8      6      6     12     19


May   3
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6143   6749   7089   7492   8231   8827   9160
Wind(m/s)  230/08 250/09 260/12 260/15 270/24 270/36 270/40
Temp(C)        -8    -12    -14    -17    -21    -25    -27
Humid(%)       39      9      9      9     23     36     39


06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6136   6740   7078   7480   8215   8805   9136
Wind(m/s)  250/09 260/11 260/12 260/13 260/19 270/28 270/35
Temp(C)        -9    -13    -15    -18    -23    -27    -29
Humid(%)       12     12     14     15     11      6      5



May   4
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6140   6739   7074   7472   8201   8789   9118
Wind(m/s)  230/08 250/09 250/09 250/11 260/16 260/23 270/30
Temp(C)       -10    -14    -17    -20    -24    -27    -28
Humid(%)       41     30     18     17      7      4      4


06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6133   6730   7065   7464   8197   8788   9119
Wind(m/s)  270/05 280/05 270/05 260/05 260/08 260/15 270/21
Temp(C)       -11    -14    -16    -18    -22    -26    -28
Humid(%)       29     29     30     26     13      5      3



May   5
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6138   6734   7068   7464   8191   8780   9111
Wind(m/s)  230/05 260/06 280/07 270/09 270/13 270/21 270/27
Temp(C)       -11    -15    -18    -20    -24    -26    -28
Humid(%)       78     89     85     43     12      4      3


06pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6133   6731   7067   7466   8197   8788   9119
Wind(m/s)  320/07 330/10 330/11 330/09 290/06 270/10 270/14
Temp(C)       -11    -15    -17    -19    -23    -26    -28
Humid(%)       61     51     50     50     41     43     35



May   6
06am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6141   6743   7080   7478   8209   8800   9131
Wind(m/s)  360/07 350/08 350/09 350/12 330/15 310/18 310/22
Temp(C)       -10    -15    -18    -21    -24    -27    -28
Humid(%)       25     32     36     30      4      4      4


12pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6141   6747   7087   7489   8226   8821   9155
Wind(m/s)  350/04 000/08 000/09 000/11 340/14 320/16 300/18
Temp(C)        -9    -13    -15    -18    -23    -25    -26
Humid(%)       36     18     22     26     17     11      8



May   7
12am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6137   6745   7086   7492   8235   8833   9168
Wind(m/s)  360/02 030/03 360/02 330/04 310/10 310/18 310/22
Temp(C)       -10    -13    -15    -17    -22    -25    -26
Humid(%)       14     17     17     14     16     15     11


12pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6145   6759   7105   7515   8267   8874   9215
Wind(m/s)  160/02 250/01 280/02 300/04 320/14 320/21 320/26
Temp(C)        -7    -10    -12    -15    -19    -21    -23
Humid(%)       98     97     94     86     39     12     21



May   8
12am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6141   6755   7102   7514   8271   8879   9219
Wind(m/s)  250/02 200/03 210/03 260/03 300/09 300/15 300/19
Temp(C)        -7     -9    -10    -12    -17    -21    -23
Humid(%)       18     26     19     11      8     13     17


12pm UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6146   6760   7107   7520   8277   8886   9225
Wind(m/s)  230/05 260/06 260/08 260/12 280/18 280/27 280/31
Temp(C)        -6     -8     -9    -11    -16    -21    -23
Humid(%)      100     46     12      6      5      7     10



May   9
12am UTC  Base   C1     C2     C3     C4     Summit1Summit2

Level(m)     6139   6747   7090   7499   8250   8854   9191
Wind(m/s)  290/04 290/04 280/04 280/05 280/10 280/17 280/23
Temp(C)        -7    -10    -11    -13    -18    -22    -24
Humid(%)       38     28     18     11      8      7      7

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